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MSNBC
Sep 28, 2010 11:00am EDT
of the booing that fronted that shot to the guest. >> jennifer gray sf. >> you saw her and her partner there talking about their routine and then you heard booing all of a sudden and they cut to tom. the people were led to believe the way you saw the ending that maybe it was at sarah palin. later on in the night they went on and said that was about the scores. they saw jennifer gray's scores and she got onlies and the audience thought she could have been gotten nines. that's rude. you don't boo people. especially when she didn't do anything but show up. i hope it was the case that it was for jennifer gray's bad scores. >> they were still good. >> people thought they should have been better. blackberry fans, you either fall on the side for the most part for blackberry and i'm on the opposite side. this is great news for you. black berry is going to roll out the blackberry playbook. the answer to the i pad. a seven-inch computer and it's going to have different from the i pad cameras on the front and back. we will also have flash built in. the apple people, the price hasn't been official
MSNBC
Sep 28, 2010 2:00pm EDT
for jennifer gray's dance routine. if you go on twitter or the blogs, some people fight that. i don't know. those are the things we thought you should know. >>> in today's crossing the line. when you ask someone if they want their child to be a boy or girl? they usually say i want my child to be healthy. today more people are choosing the sex of their child. one texas doctor says 20% of in vitro fertilization opt to choose the gender of the new baby. here's what he has to say to people who disagree with the practice. >> number one, i don't make the babies. the miracle of life is the same. they are boys or girls on their own. the only thing we are doing is freezing the boys and transferring the girls or vice versa. >> he says he does not allow people to choose their child's sex for culture reason. if you have at least one child at home, he'll let you select the opposite sex. what about the ethical questions being raised here? >> i think the consensus is it's potentially problematic, that it does raise serious ethical issues, but the balance so far favors autonomy on the part of the parents
CSPAN
Sep 28, 2010 7:00am EDT
machines have a trail. it is a state, when jennifer brunner came into office, she made a real commitment that there were options for voters to vote on paper. host: jan on the republican line, good morning. caller: i want to tell ms. goodman that he keeps talking about the nuns who cannot vote. my mother was born in alabama and she has never had a troubled voting in arizona. you picked arizona as a bad place to vote. the other thing i would like to know t-- who finances you? who pays for all of this? you go after different states. who pays for your time doing this? guest: people like yourself. as a membership organization and you can go online -- it is a membership organization and you can go online, commoncause.org. we were founded 40 years ago and most of our lights were turned onlinepeople going and giving donations. we're not funded by corporations -- host: government? guest: no, not the government. it is a citizen advocacy group. that is where our firepower comes from. when we stopped and small donations from the folks like you, the lead -- would allow -- when we stopped getting smal
FOX News
Sep 28, 2010 6:00am EDT
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